Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, received the Prime Minister of Georgia, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, at the Moncloa Palace in Madrid.
During the meeting, the two leaders reviewed bilateral relations, and relations between Georgia and the European Union, since visa requirements for Georgian citizens will soon be removed following a process that Spain has backed since the outset and through NATO, according to the Spanish government.
The two leaders also addressed various regional questions of mutual interest.
In addition, Rajoy conveyed Spain’s growing interest in Georgia and the whole region of the Caucasus to Kvirikashvili, at a time when the Spanish economy is seeking open up new markets.
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